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Portrait of Judge Marshall.

--The portrait of Chief Justice Marshall, which has been suspended for several years from the walls of the State Library, is to be boxed up and sent away, the executors of Rembrandt Peale having requested it to be sent to Philadelphia.--The best likeness extant of that eminent jurist and pure-hearted patriot, John Marshall, can now be seen at the studio of John W. Davies, Mechanics' Institute Building, 9th st. We believe the same gentleman has in his possession a portrait of Mr. Randolph, which is regarded as a most accurate representation of the features of the eccentric author of Roanoke. Peale asked $500 for his picture of Judge Marshall.

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